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August 22, 2019 
ISPRS - Technical Commission V 2012-2016

Close-Range Sensing: Analysis and Applications


Our Mission:

  • Development, access, management and retrieval of large-volume, spatio-temporal databases;
  • Spatial data infrastructures and cyberinfrastructures;
  • Image-based, point cloud and crowdsourced updating of geospatial databases;
  • Access to remote data sources, including metadata and open source digital data standards;
  • Web-based access, retrieval and dissemination of spatial data, including location-based services, dynamic phenomena and moving objects;
  • Integration of spatial information systems and image analysis for GIS-driven
  • change detection, data capture and updating;
  • Dynamic spatial information systems, spatial data revision and versioning;
  • Rapid mapping for disaster management;
  • Interfacing urban and engineering 3D models with spatial information systems;
  • Digital landscape and urbanscape modeling and visualization;
  • Extraterrestrial spatial databases and spatial information systems;
  • Analysis of systems and their components for automated and semi-automated digital mapping and geoinformation systems;
  • Analysis of industry, government and social needs and design of systems for production and update of geospatial information.

Commission Officers

President  

Fabio Remondino Fabio Remondino
3D Optical Metrology Unit (3DOM)
Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK)
Via Sommarive 18
38123 Trento
Italy
+39 0461 314914
+39 0461 314340

Secretary  

Fabio Menna Fabio Menna
3D Optical Metrology Unit (3DOM)
Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK)
Via Sommarive 18
38123 Trento
Italy
+39 0461 314446
+39 0461 314340

Terms of Reference

  • Vision metrology systems for industrial applications
  • Photogrammetric techniques for architectural, archaeological and cultural heritage applications
  • Systems and algorithms for real-time imaging and mobile mapping data processing
  • Integration and fusion of multiple data sources for advanced automated object extraction, recognition and modeling
  • Laser scanning, range imaging, low-cost gaming sensors and other active imaging techniques for 3-D representation of static and dynamic objects and scenes
  • Vision-based techniques for visualization, simulation, robotics and animation
  • Photogrammetric techniques for close range morphological measurements in earth sciences
  • Photogrammetric techniques in biomedical engineering and human motion studies
  • Functional algorithms for close range photogrammetric orientation and object modelling

Working Groups